Food insecurity brings need year-round | YVC creates a pathway for students looking to get a degree in STEM | Welding program students at Bates Technical College krak down on this year’s display | Siblings, age 12 and 13, are youngest students at EvCC campus >>
Walla Walla Community College joins partnership to help students transition from high school to college | Seattle Colleges Chancellor Rosie Rimando-Chareunsap recognized as one of the most influential Filipina women in the world | Rep. Gluesenkamp Perez holds career and resource fair for veterans | SPSCC Trustee Steven Drew reappointed | Edmonds College and YWCA partner to provide free technology classes for low-income students | Clark College announces changes on governing board | Donation of $5,000 benefits diesel technology students at Centralia College | Veterans Program at YVC supports students, families | CBC announces new Digital Marketing Associate degree >>
Skagit Valley College to celebrate Indigenous people | In our view: Cheers & Jeers | Wenatchee Valley College celebrates, educates on Día de los Muertos | Centralia College presents contemporary drama ‘Stop Kiss’ | There are over 1,050 wineries in Washington. You ready to start one? | Big Bend Community College recognized for its success with minority students | Clark College’s Ridgefield campus ‘tops out,’ marks construction milestone | Gallery to host ‘Honoring the Hazel Pete Legacy: Chehalis Basketry’ exhibition >>
Education briefly: College hires new dental therapy director | Bob Mohrbacher commentary: Honoring one of Lewis County’s treasures, Doris Wood-Brumsickle | Clark College celebrates indigenous cultures with annual Powwow | Dia de los Muertos altar exhibits a chance to remember loved ones in Yakima area | An inside look at the hydraulics and pneumatics automation lab at SCC >>
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